About us

A family heritage

Our know-how has been passed down from generation to generation and our skills ensure you have a good looking and comfortable eye prostheses that will suit your individual situation.

An important part of our job is listening to our patients, our offices in Geneva, Lausanne and Sion provide a comfortable and professional welcome.

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Information and advice

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The Glass Eye

“Glass Eye” is a term often used to refer to all artificial eyes, however very few ocularists master the art of working with glass. Glass is chemically inert, very dense and homogenous it is the ideal material to make ocular prostheses with. Its flame polished surface is perfectly smooth enabling excellent wettability and a realistic brilliant appearance.

Wearing an ocular prosthesis allows the eye lids to move naturally. Tear fluid moistens and lubricates the glass eye effectively and in so doing reduces any physiological or aesthetic discomfort. An ocular prosthesis can be worn permanently, day and night. With a little practice and some tricks you can learn how to improve the “glance” even more. We can help you with this.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you have, or to book an appointment.


Buckel Marina
Perly Medical Centre
263 route de Saint-Julien
1258 Perly

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Buckel Milena
c/o Medbase Lausanne Gare
Place de la Gare 11a
1003 Lausanne

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Buckel Milena
c/o MV Santé Valais
rue de Lausanne 25
1950 Sion

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